Thursday, September 29, 2022

COVID-19: Pharmacy Services At Millennium Heights Medical Complex Suspended

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Press Release:-  Due to ongoing COVID-19 spread in Saint Lucia, Millennium Heights Medical Complex (MHMC) regrets to inform the public of further suspensions in its services.

Similar to many businesses across the island, MHMC is facing greater challenges as the fifth wave continues.

To ensure critical services continue to be available with adequate staffing levels, Owen King
EU Hospital’s outpatient pharmacy services will be suspended from January 14th, 2022, to January 21st, 2022.

Inpatient pharmacy services will not be impacted by this change. Patients are advised to access the pharmacy services available at the wellness centres in their respective communities.

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The management and staff of the MHMC continues to appeal to the public to comply with the current COVID-19 protocols as the Complex continues to put your health first.

 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Seems information from the authorities only comes in little trickles here and there. And even then, they barely tell you half the story. It’s only when “rumors” let the cat out of the bag and embarrass the ‘bleep’ out of them so that they are compelled to confirm that the “rumors” they try to quash are true after all.

  2. We have a scientist in charge and he’s following the science. . I hope Kenny Anthony intervene asap to take the wheel.

  3. One of the most important department in St Lucia, which is the Hospital Pharmacy is closed. This means to hell with our people. Why are other places such as the sea and air ports open? The carrier of Covid is not the hospital rather the ports.

  4. The Associated Press (AP), a wire service used by numerous news outlets, told staffers recently to “avoid emphasizing” COVID-19 case counts in stories after the Omicron virus variant began infecting large numbers of vaccinated people.

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